Hotel Tara Grand Agra
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... in honour of his favourite wife who died in childbirth of his daughter 14th.
- Many artistic places to visit
- It is very hot in summer
- Do not have many restaurants
- Much traffic
Places to visit:
- The Taj Mahal, one ...
Monday was the day of the wedding. It was a relaxing day for Ben and I, time to catch up on sleep to prepare for the late night ahead. We ended up getting to spend about an hour chatting with Abhi which was great since I had never known him and Ben hadn't seen him since law school. There were a couple small ceremonies throughout the day but only for the closest family. At one point Ben and I went waking around the grounds and checked out the venue set up. By the number of people ...
... two pieces of buttered toast, an omelet and a bit of ketch up. I am sure this is inherited from the British days. Other things one can purchase on the train includes tea (Chai), soup and newspaper in both English and Hindi. The person selling Chai pronounced it as Cha-yee, which sounded remarkable Chinese. For those who can read Chinese, it sounded like he was saying 茶叶. ....................................... . My train is a little bit late, so I am sitting in ...
... programme. We walked along the side of the river to what was a well that now looks like a cesspit. This held water for the farmers. Around us was caster oil plants, pods of them, which the local villagers grind to remedy stomach pains or problems.
We ambled through the village, which looks like most other poor villages. Dirt floors, rubbish on the outskirts, children happy and cheering out to us. We entered the main square to meet ...
... still drizzling. Groannnnn! What a big disappointment this was for me! I’ve waited so long for this moment and wished for a bright sunny day for tomorrow.
After all, I had a date with one of the Seven Wonders of the World…..the one and only Taj Mahal and wanted it to be perfect!